TN Death Row Dogs

Our mission at Tennessee Death Row Dogs is to promote the adoption of animals, network and rescue dogs that are scheduled for euthanasia and educate the public about the importance of spay/neuter in reducing the number of homeless animals.

Saved in January - Dexter!

DexterJanuary hasn’t come to an end just yet, but I wanted to share some of the dogs we have saved so far from euthanasia.  We have been very busy!  On January 4th, we saved the lives of nine dogs from two shelters.  All of these dogs were scheduled to be euthanized that day.

Meet Dexter, who was rescued from Manchester Animal Control just in the nick of time.  He was then taken straight to Columbia Hospital for Animals to have his skin condition assessed by the amazing Dr. Vaughn, our primary veterinarian.  It turns out Dexter has a yeast infection, but is now being treated with special baths.  He'll be good as new in no time!  Dexter_after

Dexter is currently looking for an amazing home to call his own.  He has been vaccinated, dewormed, heartworm tested (he is negative), neutered and microchipped.  If you're interested in making this sweet boy a part of your family, please contact Christine, our Adoption Coordinator at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
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